StopWatch Credits

I cannot express enough gratitude  to all my friends who have become aware that I am developing a stopwatch app (and some other apps).  It would seem that everyone wants to help me one way or another.  I will spare the world this long list people who have helped, but I do want to  specifically openly thank a few.

Awesome Feedback

  • Christopher Pfaffenroth
  • Jason Russell
  • Steven Sanchez

Images

  • Fred Vegliante http://www.fredvphoto.com
  • University of Gothenburg – Block start biomechanics in sprint swimming http://uf.gu.se/english/runproject/storyboards/swimming

Data Sources

  • http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2008/08/05/sports/olympics/2008_OLYMPICS_TRACKER.html
  • http://london2012.nytimes.com/swimming/schedule
  • http://www.swimmingworldmagazine.com/results/records/OlympicRecords.pdf

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2 Responses to StopWatch Credits

  1. David Clark says:

    I have paid for the upgraded version, if it worked better it would be good, unless I’m using it wrong!? After a race using stroke rate it does not input the times into a graph or load any data on the side screen. IPhone..

  2. mhirst says:

    Hi David,

    I haven’t seen graphing issues in a released version of the stopwatch app but that does not mean I missed something. Maybe you’ve found a bug that I haven’t reproduced yet. Note that the app does not graph stroke rate. But recording stroke rate should not affect graphing of splits. Let me see if I can help.

    Which version of the iPhone are you using?

    I’m curious what happens if you close the app, double-click the home button, and swipe-up the app. When you restart the app, does that fix the app?

    Thank you for trying my app!

    -Mike

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